New Year’s is an exciting and fun time of year, but I admit that we are lacking in traditions for this particular holiday. After the craziness of Christmas, New Year’s often gets pushed aside. But this is our year to try something new. Here are some fun New Year’s traditions you can start with your family this year. There is something for all ages to enjoy!
This Wishing Tree from is Creative Organizing is a new twist on the gratitude tree that many of us do during Thanksgiving. What a perfect way to continue this idea with the New Year.
Did you know it’s a tradition in the South to eat Black-Eyed Peas and Collard Greens on New Years day? South Your Mouth shares the history behind that tradition and a few recipes to boot!
Put together an annual time capsule like the one shared here by Pretty Providence. There are so many options out there and how fun to review the previous year’s capsule on New Year’s Eve!
Start the year of right and put together this Memory Jar, shared by Inchmark, to use throughout the year. Then review it on New Year’s Eve!
Kids change so much from year to year. Why not do an annual New Year’s Interview. Teach Mama even includes a printable interview form!
Start a tradition with the kids on New Year’s Eve with these cute Countdown Goodie Bags. Hoosier Homemade includes a printable for the clocks and ideas for stocking the bags with items for all ages.
For another fun countdown idea, try this cute Balloon Countdown from Inspired by Familia that also includes a clock printable and activity ideas.
Why not start a tradition of recording your interview with your child? Keep Moving Forward With Me shares her favorite New Years Tradition and some of the questions she asks each year.
Are you looking to start a new tradition with your family? What are some of your favorite New Year’s traditions?
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